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Linux for Photography

Linux is a wonderful operating system, but one thing that gets overlooked a lot is how it can help a photographer’s workflow. In this article I discuss the software that’s available and my workflows, and pose a question for everyone. 529 more words


camera hacking

testing a handheld 4″ exposure

playing around with CHDK
doing some test on RAW format: DNG
using darktable software to ‘develop’ RAW to JPG
testing a 4 seconds exposure in a room without light… 56 more words


I Said Goodbye To Microsoft Windows And Hello Linux Ubuntu 14.04!

Disclaimer: The topic is only partly technical but not intended as a technical blog entry, I’m just sharing my experience using this Desktop program and operating system. 635 more words

The Tech Stuff

Photographing a Display Controller Die

Who doesn’t like integrated circuit porn? After pulling a PCD8544 display controller from an old Nokia phone, disrobed it and took the first public die shot… 155 more words


Before After Poison Ivy

I am trapped at the library today. A far away foreign library. Knowing I would be here all day – at least 5 hours – I opted to bring the computer and just mess around with some photos. 235 more words

Slow Shutters

Two slow shutter images combined using Darktable.

Two slow shutter images combined using Darktable.

Two slow shutter images combined using Darktable.

Single slow shutter image. … 68 more words


Darktable Tricks & Tips: Getting creative with Shadows & Highlights

Using Darktable isn’t just about getting all your images technically correct. There’s plenty of room for creativity if you explore the outer edges of module settings, use masks, apply blending effects, create HDR’s and more. 222 more words